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This year’s theme "Innovation (R)evolution"
Vice President, Global Marketing & Communications
The 2012 Niagara Summit taking place April 29 through May 1 at the Red
Rock Resort in Las Vegas is in full swing. We have an enormous schedule
of events and full agenda of educational content ready for delivery
from our lineup of keynote speakers and 60 breakout sessions.
In our general sessions we will be unveiling the latest release of
NiagaraAX, Release 3.7 which contains several exciting new features. We
will also provide a sneak peak look at the next generation of the
Also on the general session agenda, Jim Young, Founder and Principal of Realcomm, will lead a frank and open CIO/C-Suite panel discussion around how Building Owners Embrace Smart Buildings. Joining him on this panel are key executives from leading commercial, corporate and government organizations including Steve Messaros, CIO, Liberty Property Trust; Ryan Allbaugh, CIO, Childress Klein; Lawrence Melton, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Facilities Management, GSA and Gerald Niemi, Solutions Marketing Manager, Panduit. This promises to be a lively discussion,
In keeping with this year’s theme, Innovation (R)evolution, there are addresses from Scott Wayne of the Frontier Project and Jon Wee and Owen Morse from TPZ who will provide a different and very entertaining ways to look at innovation which I think you will find somewhat revolutionary.
In our Breakout Tracks, we have a line up of sessions that address what's next for the technology, industry trends and how to leverage them into business opportunities. There is a variety of discussions and presentations related to topics centered on applications, business, the Niagara Community and developers from some of the industry’s leading experts and thought leaders. Some of these include sessions on “Big Data Revealing a World of Intelligence”, which explores analytics and making good sense and use of data to support operations and looks at some of the tools and strategies that are enabling the timely transformation of raw data into usable business insight; “Cyber Security” and what you need to be considering with regard to cyber security and today’s threats and of course, a session that looks at “The Cloud” and the new opportunities it presents to capitalize on its market potential to manage building assets and develop cost saving programs and offer additional services.
In addition leading two other sessions is automatedbuildings.com very
own, Ken Sinclair who leads panel discussions on two of today’s hottest
topics, “Open Standards, Open Protocols, Open Architecture and Open
Web” and one on “Visualization”.
In conjunction with all this content and discussion, there is a
jam-packed, sold out exhibit hall, filled with exciting companies and
technology; many using this venue to showcase new products,
applications and services for the first time.
To those of you who have signed up to attend, we look forward to seeing
you. For those of you who have not done so yet, what are you waiting
Complete information on the 2012 Niagara Summit is available at www.niagarasummit.com.
About the Author
Marc Petock, Vice President, Global Marketing & Communications, Tridium
Marc leads global marketing, brand management, public relations and communications for Tridium. Prior to joining Tridium, Marc served as Vice President at the Patrick Marketing Group where he was in charge of marketing and communication initiatives for a variety of global technology companies. Preceding his time at Patrick Marketing, Marc held the position of Vice President at Connected Brands where he was responsible for the company’s Technology and Telecommunications Practice. Marc has been recognized by the Realcomm organization as one of the top 35 People to Watch in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. He also serves as a member of the Realcomm Technology Advisory Council and iBCON.
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